The EP starts with a call to planet Earth, a signal of peace to the human beings. The call sweetly morfs in a nice and obessive carillon melody that seems to come from one of the best movies of Sergio Leone.
The carillon still plays while rythmic bells slowly appear. The call from the space becomes louder but suddenly stops.
A peaceful atmosphere introduces Lay the Rest. 4 minutes of smooth sounds as loud as the silence can sometimes be. A rythmic ticking reminds us that time and space are only relative factors.
Here comes The Brunette and her saucy way of walking on the edge of a lunar crater. She stops her walk when Crossroads appear on her way. It's hard to believe how many crossroads we meet in our lives. Hug is the right conclusion to this long walk, nice and hypnotic bells living up to the best musical tradition of Kernel32.
The awakening follows any dream: You've come home introduces the last part of the EP. It's Sunday, the last track that leaves the listener in a recovered state of conscience, happy as a child after his favourite imaginary game.